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Volume 21 Number 2, March 1968

Volume 21 Number 2

Contemporary World Sculpture

Editorial

Preliminary

The Contemporaries:
Mulk Raj Anand

1. Argentina

2. Australia

3. Austria

4. Brazil

5. Bulgaria

6. Canada

7. Chile

8. Columbia

9. Czechoslovakia

10. Denmark

11. Federal Republic of Germany

12. Finland

13. France

14. German Democratic Republic

15. Great Britain

16. Greece

17. Hungary

18. India

19. Italy

20. Japan

21. Lebanon

22. Luxembourg

23. Netherlands

24. Norway

25. Poland

26. Spain

27. Switzerland

28. Turkey

29. United States of America

30. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

31. Yugoslavia

Preliminary; The Contemporaries
Anand, Mulk Raj
Vol. 21 No. 2, March 1968, pp. 15-59

The post-World War machine civilization posed new challenges to the creative artist. "Commodity Fetishism" resulted from goods made for profit, and mechanized creativeness. Contemporary sculptures express vitalities, impulses, and visions which are even more unorthodox than those of their predecessors. In this section, the works of some leading sculptors of Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Columbia, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Federal Republic of Germany, Finland, France, German Democratic Republic, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United States of America, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Yugoslavia are discussed and illustrated.

Quotation from Vol. 21, No. 1 - The Modern Movement in Sculpture [Editorial]
Anand, Mulk Raj
Vol. 21 No. 2, March 1968, p. 14